2020 will go down as a unique summer on the River. Beautiful and windy weather, and pandemic constraints. But in spite of Covid-19, it was a very busy
Save The River’s first annual Trash Free River cleanups were resounding successes. Taking place in late September, the two days of cleanups scoured
By John Peach, Patricia Shulenburg, and Rosie Rockell (Save The River volunteer) The number of common terns in the St. Lawrence River has
By Lauren Eggleston Save the River's Education Committee is pleased to announce webpage resources reimagined. These resources are aimed to meet the
By Lauren Eggleston Save the River first published a booklet on Alternative On-Site Systems in 1984 and has since published updates to the Sewage
By Lauren Eggleston Did you know: North America has the highest diversity of freshwater mussels in the world! Freshwater mussels are filter feeders
Save The River, the 42-year-old environmental watchdog for the St. Lawrence River, announced today that a new Program Coordinator has been hired.